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Maja Daniels has won the first Bob and Diane Fund grant, a photographic grant dedicated to visual storytelling about Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.  Selected from 83 entries, Daniels won for her long-term project Into Oblivion, which documents life inside one of France’s geriatric hospitals. There, patients with Alzheimer’s are confined within a particular ward, with a locked door separating the occupants from the rest of the hospital.

Maja Daniels Wins First Photographic Grant on Alzheimer's

A resident stands in front of the ward’s locked exit door. Passages are blocked and doors are locked to prevent residents from wandering off.

Car Self Portrait \\ THE PUBLIC PROFILE PROJECT. The Public Profile Project is an examination of online female identities through found media on Facebook, Tumblr and Youtube. Though each piece could stand alone, Public Profile is united as a whole through issues of voyeurism, exploitation and feminism. Whether originally created out of a need for attention or simply a mimicry of others, these women's content en mass produces a culture that sexualizes and objectifies.  The staggering number…

Car Self Portrait \\ THE PUBLIC PROFILE PROJECT. The Public Profile Project is an examination of online female identities through found media on Facebook, Tumblr and Youtube. Though each piece could stand alone, Public Profile is united as a whole through issues of voyeurism, exploitation and feminism. Whether originally created out of a need for attention or simply a mimicry of others, these women's content en mass produces a culture that sexualizes and objectifies. The staggering number…

Into Oblivion :  Maja Daniels

A resident stands in front of the ward’s locked exit door. Passages are blocked and doors are locked to prevent residents from wandering off. Photographer Maja Daniels spent three years, beginning in documenting the ward and its residents

Yes campaigners stand near No supporters at Dumbarton Town Hall as former Prime Minister Gordon Brown leaves after attending a rally on Sept. 16, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland. Peter Macdiarmid—Getty Images

Irvine Welsh: Scotland Has Already Dealt the UK Elite a Crushing Defeat

Yes campaigners stand near No supporters at Dumbarton Town Hall as former Prime Minister Gordon Brown leaves after attending a rally on Sept. 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland.

Rhondda, Wales, 1970's

Photographer tracing 70s subjects

Egypte: marche contre les violences sexuelles

Egypte: marche contre les violences sexuelles

"The courage of the vigilante feminists is contagious", The Guardian, 13 Feb 2013 [caption: Protesters hold up knives in a show of defiance during a protest in Cairo against rape and sexual harrassment on 6 February Photograph: AFP/Getty]

dennis stock

dennis stock

#STREETART. LOS ANGELES: Two Great Documentaries About OBEY’s Street Artist, #ShepardFairey. #OBEY

Shepard Fairey standing in front of a just-wheat-pasted mural on the side of the Rock Cat Cafe building in Philadelphia.

Amazing light and colours, by Steve McCurry, Pul-e-Kumri, Afghanistan

Pul-e-Khumri Yet even at their most turbulent, the Afghans have tended to impress travellers with their dignity and hospitality as much as their fierce independence. - William Dalrymple, author of Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan

MAP - News – Double Magazine Publishes Jamie Hawkesworth Portfolio

The new issue of Double magazine features two covers and a portfolio of work by photographer Jamie Hawkesworth. Photography by Jamie Hawkesworth.

It’s a land of endless waiting and palpable erosion. Yet after all these decades, an uncanny openness among the Cuban people remains.

Cuba on the Edge of Change

March 2016 THE NEW YORK TIMES Cuba on the Cusp A barbershop in Old Havana. Photographs, Page Cuba will welcome President Obama and his family on Sunday. His goals may get a cooler reception, Page

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